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Diablo Valley College

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Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2015

English, Microeconomics, Humanities, Anthropology, Speech

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WRITTEN ON 19 MAR 2014

Diversity of Ethnics

"Diablo Valley College (DVC) is one of three publicly supported two-year community colleges in the Contra Costa Community College District. The larger of DVC's two campuses is located off Interstate 680 in Pleasant Hill, and the newer San Ramon Campus serves the south county in Dougherty Valley. Between its two campuses, DVC serves more than 22,000 students each semester with a wide variety of program options.
DVC offers many courses from traditional English to Business Law. There I have built and confirmed myself a solid interest in Business by actively joining in a school club called ENACTUS, where students were diversely connected and formed a small business community. It was comprised of foreign and native people coming from all walks of life, including aspired entrepreneurs working their way up in college. "

"Diablo Valley College (DVC) is one of three publicly supported two-year community colleges in the Contra Costa Community College District. The larger of DVC's two campuses is located off Interstate 680 in Pleasant Hill, and the newer San Ramon Campus serves the south county in Dougherty Valley. Between its two campuses, DVC serves more than 22,000 students each semester with a wide variety of program options. DVC offers many courses from traditional English to Business Law. There I have built and confirmed myself a solid interest in Business by actively joining in a school club called ENACTUS, where students were diversely connected and formed a small business community. It was comprised of foreign and native people coming from all walks of life, including aspired entrepreneurs working their way up in college. "

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